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North versus South: England's enduring health divide

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The north-south divide is one of England’s most powerful and enduring myths: one country geographically, politically, and culturally separated into beautiful south and grim north. In this talk, the evidence for a divide in health between north and south will be presented, along with explanations including geology, climate, lifestyle, culture, healthcare, politics and economics. Exceptions to the narrative of northern disadvantage and southern advantage will be also discussed, and some hope for recovery in the north may even be offered.

This talk is part of the Bradford Hill seminars at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health series.

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